Library won't take Maine horror writer's archives

Library won't take Maine horror writer's archives
A Maine library says it doesn't have the resources to care for the archives of the state's second-most famous horror writer, the best-selling author Rick Hautala. His widow, Holly Newstein, told the Portland Press Herald that Hautala wanted his …
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Celebrating service at library
April is certainly a month with a lot of celebrating and gratitude. In addition to Easter and other notables, April applauds three very special weeks. April 6-12 was National Volunteer Week, April 13-19 was National Library Week, and today through …
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Arthur Dong presents “Forbidden City, U.S.A.” at the San Francisco Public Library

Amazing pictures of the stars from the golden age of Chinese-American nightclubs. “Forbidden City, U.S.A.” is Arthur Dong’s chronicle of the places and the p…

Danny O’Neill, founder of The Roasterie (left) talks with Library Director Crosby Kemper III (right) about the growth of The Roasterie and his “velocity”-bas…

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AuthorHouse and Golden Apple Comics Partner to bring Graphic Novel authors print and digital self-publishing packages


BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (PRWEB) April 18, 2014

AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, LLC, supported self-publishing imprint, and the world famous Golden Apple Comics announced Friday the launch of graphic novel publishing packages designed specifically for graphic novel and comic book creators. The official introduction of the partnership took place at WonderCon in Anaheim, California, where Golden Apple Books and AuthorHouse will be available to answer questions.

The graphic novel genre is a fast-growing segment of self-publishing, and were pleased to partner with Golden Apple to extend these unique opportunities to these talented writers and artists, said Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing for Author Solutions.

The new graphic novel publishing package combines AuthorHouses supported self-publishing expertise and distribution with access only L.As Comic Shop to the Stars could provide. Unique benefits include placement on the Golden Apple online bookstore, promotion through the shops social media accounts and a coveted spot on the shelves of Golden Apple Comics.

“I talk to comic creators in our store on a weekly basis who are searching for an easy and affordable way to get their work out there. The package is a solution for graphic novelists to instantly get books into distribution, which is the key to success. said Ryan Liebowitz, general manager of Golden Apple Comics.

All graphic novels self-published through AuthorHouse will be made available in print and popular digital formats and will be distributed through leading online book and e-book retailers including Amazon and Apple.

For more information on AuthorHouses supported self-publishing services or to start self-publishing today, please visit authorhouse.com or call 888-519-5121. For the latest, Like AuthorHouse on Facebook at facebook.com/AuthorHouse and follow us on Twitter @AuthorHouse.

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About AuthorHouse

AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, LLC supported self-publishing services provider, has released more than 60,000 titles. Whether you dream of about your book in being bookstores, featured on TV and radio, or adapted into a film, AuthorHouse is committed to providing the tools and services to help you get started and realize your publishing dreams. For more information or to start your publishing journey, please call us at 888-519-5121 or log on to authorhouse.com. Follow @authorhouse on Twitter and Like us at facebook.com/AuthorHouse.







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Car Insurance for Teenaged Drivers Doesn’t Need to be Expensive

When you’re youthful, one of the most exciting issues to look forward to is the day you get your driving licence. Their heads are thinking about the locations they will go and friends they’ll see, but as a parent, your mind is likely thinking about the hazards and disbursement of having a teenaged motorist.

Unfortunately, teenagers are statistically the most likely age group to get involved with an accident. Because of this, insurance companies charge teenaged drivers the most when it comes to auto insurance. Insurance companies need to make money just like any other business and when a motorist makes a claim, they lose money. Consequently they need to charge risky drivers more for insurance to cover the higher likelihood that they will be paying claims.

Discount Car Insurance for Teens

Even though automobile insurance for teenagers is high-priced and your young kid getting the wheel can be anxiety-provoking, the good thing is it gets better over period. With time and experience your teen will hopefully become a confident, safe driver, and his or her insurance rates will eventually come down to reflect this. In the meantime, doing everything you can to lower their insurance premium will save you and your teenager cash each month and make their summer job dollars stretch farther. Information from Compare-Insurers.com

Though a teen-aged driver will surely include an additional expense to your own monthly funding, as well as their policy contract will likely always be higher than an grown-ups, there are still a few things you can do to bring down these costs. So go through this list provided as a cortesy from our associate http://examine-insurers.com

- Sort of car – buying a practical, reliable, secure vehicle to your adolescent can help you save money. When you can, update the car with the latest safety and security attributes.

- comparison-shop – shop online and find as many automobile quotes as possible. This provides you the greatest chance at finding a good deal and maximizing your price reductions.

- Reductions – there are an assortment of reductions accessible for teen aged drivers including great student, low mpg, motorist’s training class discount, being apart at school with no auto, multi-automobile, and multiple-coverage discounts among others.

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- GO THE F**K TO SLEEP: A Bedtime Book for Parents Who Live in the Real World


– GO THE F**K TO SLEEP: A Bedtime Book for Parents Who Live in the Real World

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Comparison Shopping is the Best Way to get Cheap Car Insurance

Driving around town, watching Video, listening to the air, flicking through magazines, assessing your e-mail – if you need to do any of these things you will most likely observe several ads for car insurance. A few of these adverts will promise that you can get ridiculously affordable car insurance, and they make it seems very appealing. However, motor insurance is considerably more than just a bill that’s due every month. Fortunately with a little work you can locate cheap car insurance on a comparison site like Compare-Insurers.com that will keep you safe on the road.

When you get into a collision, or your car is ruined in other manners, you can easily have to deal with thousands of bucks in repairs and medical bills. Many folks do not have this kind of cash laying around, and this is why insurance is significant. There are various different kinds of car insurance coverage, and normally you’ll be capable to choose an amount for each variety. For example, one kind of auto insurance coverage is liability insurance. When you select liability insurance, you’ll be able to choose an sum such as $25,000, $50,000 or more. This implies that if you are in a scenario covered by liability insurance, the insurance company will pay up to ,000 (or ,000) worth of harms.

Locating Affordable Auto Insurance

The best solution to comparison-shop is online. Here-you have access to 100s of car insurance firms. You simply have to go to their sites and enter your advice. The one thing to always remember is to examine coverage first, and then cost, using a free quotes platform e.g. http://compare-insurers.com.

Unfortunately, more car insurance policy indicates a more expensive premium. Nevertheless, comparison shopping is the best means to conserve money each month, for many grounds:

- Provides you a great idea regarding just what a large, reduced, and typical premium is going to be.

- The more quotes you locate the more firms you’re exposed to.

- You may see which insurance companies offer the most reductions, and the many that you are qualified for.

- This means you have more opportunities to find the lowest cost.

When you have questions over which form of insurance you should select, don’t hesitate to call a real estate agent straight.

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Mastery Technologies Receives Corp! Magazines DiSciTech Award for Its Mobile-Friendly VOD3 Platform


Novi, MI (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

To continue the outstanding progression from the release of its mobile-friendly Video On Demand (VOD3) platform, Mastery Technologies is receiving Corp! Magazines 2014 DiSciTech Award in the digital category. Within the digital category requisites, Masterys VOD3 platform is recognized for its mobile advances in the e-learning industry. Competing alongside over a hundred nominations, Mastery is honored to be selected and recognized as a leader in the online training, digital world. Corp! is honoring this years winners at a symposium and awards breakfast on April 17, 2014 at the VisTaTech Center in Livonia, Michigan.

Corp! Magazine believes Michigan companies are leading the way in innovation focused on digital, scientific, and technological pursuits. To recognize these cutting-edge organizations, Corp! initiated the Business of Science and Technology awards in 2010 and added a separate Digital Award category in 2011. Companies receiving these awards demonstrate the drive for innovation by pushing the boundaries of science, technology, and the digital world. Each honoree has enhanced their enterprises through innovation, research, applied science and digital technology.

Mastery was selected for the development of its third-generation, mobile-friendly VOD3 platform. Mastery, as the first in the industry to complete the feat of creating a mobile-friendly compatible VOD format, is ahead of the crowd in mobile-friendly e-learning, and not just by a miniscule number, but by offering hundreds of compatible courses. Its interface is an enjoyable experience for learners; like using interactive, mobile television. The VOD platform allows users to play courses on multiple devices and browsers without having to worry about a disruption in quality and production values. Workers at any skill level can receive the same convenient and effective training. Mobile learning provides employees the power to train at their convenience, and alleviate the stress of being limited to the accessibility of a work computer. Employees can complete training assigned to them at their own pace and on their own time.

Through its belief that the growth of an organization (especially a small business) is based on the ability to transfer skills and techniques to its employees, Mastery is proud to play an integral role in their customers success. Mastery Technologies is an excellent example of one way in which Michigan-based companies are providing innovative technological solutions for their clients; helping to build amazing organizations.

This year’s winners are listed in the March/April 2014 Corp! print issue, as well as highlighted in a full feature story included in a special April 24th digital e-Publication.

About Mastery Technologies, Inc.

Mastery Technologies established the e-learning industrys first Training Content Network. Mastery partners with leading video content providers to co-produce the largest, standardized, workplace e-learning library available. Mastery goes beyond connecting customers with content, by pro-actively supporting both customers and content partners. In this way Mastery fulfills its mission of helping build more successful, effective and amazing organizations.







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217 Films Announces Spring and Summer Screening Dates for New Documentary The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show


Ashford, Connecticut (PRWEB) April 02, 2014

217 Films has announced the spring and summer screening schedule for its new documentary on the 1913 Armory Show. The full screening schedule for this film can be viewed at this link: http://two17filmsschedule.blogspot.com.

The next screening of The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show will be held Friday, April 11, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia as part of the James River Film Festival. Tickets can be purchased at this link: http://www.vmfa.museum./2014/JamesRiverFilmFestival.aspx.

Upcoming screenings include:

April 11, 2014

6:30pm

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

James River Film Festival

Richmond, Virginia

April 24, 2014

5:30pm

Special Encore Screening!

New Britain Museum of American Art

New Britain, Connecticut

May 5, 2014

7:00pm

Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

May 11, 2014

2:00pm

Providence Public Library

Providence, Rhode Island

July 16, 2014

6:30pm

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Washington, D.C.

August 2, 2014

3:00pm

National Gallery of Art

Washington, D.C.

New dates are being added frequently and this film tour will continue through 2014. The September world premiere of this film sold out at the New Britain Museum of American Art and has been screening to standing room only crowds since that time.

The Sacramento Bee called Michael Maglaras a filmmaker of Bergman-like gravitas. His films have been described as virtuoso filmmaking (National Gallery of Art) alive and fresh (Art New England) elegiac and insightful (Naples Daily News) and unforgettable (Journal of American History). David Berona, author of Wordless Books has said of O Brother Man –This film is stunning and Judith Regan of Sirius XM called it magnificent. A recent review in The Dartmouth said of The Great Confusion that Michael Maglaras…brought the drama of the original show back to life. He has recently been featured in a full-length interview on Conversations from Penn State on Public Television.

More About The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show:

From February 17 until March 15, 1913, thousands of Americans pushed their way through the doors of the 69th Regiment Armory on the east side of New York City while a battle was waging for or against Modern Art for the first time.

What they saw would annoy and infuriate some…and captivate, delight, and inspire many.

What resulted from these four weeks of mass exposure to European artists such as Cezanne, Renoir, Van Gogh, and the upstart Marcel Duchamp (with his Nude Descending a Staircase), as well as such Americans as Marsden Hartley, John Marin, and Charles Sheeler, changed how Americans came to understand their own times. By entering through the doors of an armory, they had entered through the doors of the Modern Era.

The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show features more than 60 works by American and European painters and sculptors and probes deeply into the history of how the show was organized. It provides fascinating glimpses into the backstage efforts of the American artists Arthur B. Davies, Walter Pach, and Walt Kuhn as they worked tirelessly to bring a new art to a new American audience.

Produced by 217 Films. Written, directed and narrated by Michael Maglaras. Executive Producer Terri Templeton. 2013. NR. 90 Minutes. http://www.two17films.com

More about 217 Films:

217 Films is an independent film company devoted to the American artistic experience.

In 2005, Michael Maglaras and Terri Templeton released their first film Cleophas and His Own taken from the American Modernist painter Marsden Hartley’s epic narrative of love and loss, a private and personal narrative which was first published many years after his death. In Cleophas and His Own, Maglaras both directed and played the role of Hartley.

In 2008, 217 Films second release was the first-ever documentary film on the life of Hartley, called Visible Silence: Marsden Hartley, Painter and Poet.

In 2010, with their film John Marin: Let the Paint be Paint! they established, through the first documentary made about this important painter, that John Marin was one of the fathers of American Modernism.

Among other distinctions, these films have been shown to acclaim at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

In 2012, in honor of the re-publication by the Library of America of the six seminal graphic novels of the American master Lynd Ward, they released the film O Brother Man: The Art and Life of Lynd Ward.

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the art exhibition that introduced Modernism to America, in September 2013 The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show was produced and is currently on tour across the United States.

Their sixth film Enough to Live On: The Art of the WPA will be released in 2015 in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Federal Art Project under Franklin Roosevelts New Deal.

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A New Global Power: Girls with Books

A New Global Power: Girls with Books

This #IWD2014, let’s recognise the new global power: Girls with Books. We know that investing in girl’s education pays off. In health, as if every woman in t…

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